#Budget22: How Young People Are Readying For The 2022 National Budget

Young people in a conversation. Photo: Pexels

Today, the Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta will be making a financial case for all of the government’s plans for 2022.

These financial plans and projections are contained in the annual budget he will be presenting to the Parliament of Ghana today.

The budget will make a case for the government’s decisions on where and what it will be investing in, how it intends to raise funds to pay for its expenses.

Mostly, the funds are raised by taxing citizens and now ordinary Ghanaians are having to pay more taxes than they have had to.

Recently, a memo directing the removal of benchmark duties on certain everyday products such as soft drinks, biscuits and others circulated online signalling that prices of these products could potentially rise.

Ahead of the budget presentation, young people have been taking to Twitter to share their thoughts.

It’s tough



Rather wish you don’t expect too much.

Question for the gods.

If that will work.

Tall ask?

Excited about entrepreneurship.

They should pay all their debts.

Young businesses in the mud?


Don’t expect too much.

Do you have any expectations from this budget or you don’t really care like that?

Source: Kuulpeeps.com

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